Showing 1 - 10 of 24 results for the system of systems Type - White Paper
The findings suggest that Q Methodology may prove helpful in isolating many of the non-technical latent cost factors associated with system integration and interoperability.
System-of-systems (SoS) architectures based on common software platforms have been commercially successful, but progress on creating and adopting them has been slow. This study aimed to understand technical issues for their development and adoption.
In this paper, the authors discuss confidence in system and SoS behavior and how theories can be used to make the assurance process more effective.
This monograph offers a practical rather than theoretical approach to the issues of COTS and open systems.
This white paper describes SEI investigation into ways to provide justified confidence that a system of systems will behave as needed in its actual and evolving usage environments.
This position paper surveys the landscape of service-oriented architecture practice as it pertains to service-orientation maintenance and reengineering.
This 2002 whitepaper presents a component model for redeveloping software.
This monograph provides an overview of a method for isolating and overcoming faults in COTS-based systems.
This monograph, the first in a series, illuminates some general issues that can arise when pursuing a COTS-based approach in complex, heterogeneous systems.
This monograph offers a heads-up to decision makers who are building information systems that have security constraints, who feel the market imperatives, and who want to make opportunistic use of what the market has to offer.